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post #6826 of 11175
The review on the $14 EFM crewneck sweater is funny... wtf expectations man. I almost wanted to leave a review just to say how great it is, but w/e more for me when they restock. Seriously shit is redic for $14 so soft and great fit.
post #6827 of 11175

Walked around outside in -8C with the ultra light down vest underneath my TOJ and I was so toasty. Highly recommended.

 

Layering on heattech shirts and their heattech scarf, and I can see it working quite well until it gets quite a bit colder.

post #6828 of 11175
yo if youre giving someone the gift of uniqlo this season you may wanna skip the gift wrapping. i paid for it on my order and they just shipped everything in a box together with no wrapping / price tags still attached lol
post #6829 of 11175
Did anyone get the Tasmanian Wool Pants? How do they fit, and quality?
post #6830 of 11175
Any new collaborations?
post #6831 of 11175
not sure if this has been said, but these uniqlo slim fit cords are soooo boss

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-slim-fit-corduroy-jeans/073395-33-032

i got the dark green and ive been wearing it everyday and i'm starting to see some fadez. (on the label it says they are dyed so that with more wear they will fade like jeans or whatever)

they're on sale right now. i might pick up another dark green pair for keeps
post #6832 of 11175
does anyone happen to have measurements for a 33 or a 34 in the slim cords? thanks
post #6833 of 11175
Does anyone else find UNIQLO's sizing to be inordinately huge for a non-American retailer? Their regular oxfords fit like tents, and I'm really disappointed that I have to size down to an XS in their "slim-fit" down jackets.

On a more positive note, the quality of the down jacket is pretty nice for the price.
post #6834 of 11175
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

does anyone happen to have measurements for a 33 or a 34 in the slim cords? thanks

I'd like this too
post #6835 of 11175
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Originally Posted by ykim917 View Post

Does anyone else find UNIQLO's sizing to be inordinately huge for a non-American retailer? Their regular oxfords fit like tents, and I'm really disappointed that I have to size down to an XS in their "slim-fit" down jackets.
On a more positive note, the quality of the down jacket is pretty nice for the price.
They label their sizes differently here than everywhere else. Asian S = our XS. Although if it fits, I can't see why it'd matter to you whether or not you had to size down anyway
post #6836 of 11175

Is the uniqlo pea jacket any good, or should I wait for the normal peacoat to restock (if ever)?

post #6837 of 11175

what other version of a pea coat did they have? that's the only one I've ever seen...

post #6838 of 11175
Just ordered 2 cashmere crew necks and 2 heattech v neck undershirts. I was just gonna get one cashmere but i couldn't decide between light gray and dark gray, so I just got both. The dark gray is the "lightweight" cashmere so I'll get to see how much difference it makes.
post #6839 of 11175
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Originally Posted by slstr View Post

what other version of a pea coat did they have? that's the only one I've ever seen...

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/goods/073087?gareco=r_l4

vs

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-wool-blended-pea-jacket/073087-08-007

It's 74% wool instead of 80%

post #6840 of 11175
How should I size heat tech shirts?
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